Queen | Verve Magazine - Part 2
India's premier luxury lifestyle women's magazine


Parveez Shaikh, Chaitally Parmar And Vikas Bahl, Writers, Queen

Verve presents a list of storytellers who made an impact with their creative offerings
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Lisa Haydon, Best Dressed
November 10, 2014

Best Dressed: Lisa Haydon

Text And Interviews by Priyanka Monga And Shirin Salwan. Realisation by Poulomi Dey, Shirin Salwan, Priyanka Monga, Ashima Gupta, Soumya Kumar

For swinging between boho and red-carpet dressing with finesse...
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Rajkumar Rao Interview
September 12, 2014

Man In The Mirror

Text by Neha Gupta. Photographs by R Burman

Believing that he is his own competition, Rajkumar Rao is living his dream. The National award-winning actor, who garnered critical acclaim for Shahid and Queen, is brimming with celluloid aspirations. In a freewheeling chat with Verve, he brushes away the struggle, and stresses over the surrealism of it all
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Film director and producer Vikas Bahl, Indian cinema, Bollywood, Verve Man

Innovative leaders. Inventive actors. Out-of-the box thinkers. Creative minds. These 10 men grab the spotlight…#4: Vikas Bahl
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Kangana Ranaut June Power cover story for Verve

Queen Bee

Text by Shraddha Jahagirdar-Saxena. Photographs by Jatin Kampani. Styling by Nisha Jhangiani. Assisted by Shirin Salwan. Make-up and hair by Marianna M, Tobah Model Management

Amidst the big blockbusters that hit the silver screen with much brouhaha, quietly came a movie this year that garnered both critical acclaim and box-office ratings. Queen shone with its sincerity and simplicity. Its lead performer, Kangana Ranaut – in a bravura act carried the movie on her slender shoulders as she morphed into the simple, innocent Rani and received kudos from every quarter. The actor speaks eloquently about the highs and lows on the route to the top
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Be The Change

Text by Madhu Jain. Illustration by Soumya Kumar

Taking off from her thoughts on the success of the film, Queen, Madhu Jain discusses the merits of ‘fashioning a personality’ rather than going to the beauty parlour for a revolutionary make-over or aping the fashionistas
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